Emily Borrowdale, Senior Associate
Emily advises on all aspects of family law, including divorce, civil partnerships, finances and children matters.
Emily qualified in 2014 having trained with the firm and was promoted to Senior Associate in May 2020. She advises on all areas of family law and has a growing practice in complex financial remedy work and cases concerning difficult jurisdiction issues. Emily’s clients include ultra-high net worth individuals, high profile individuals from the world of entertainment and start-up entrepreneurs. She has worked on a number of cases in the Court of Appeal and has extensive experience in trial work. Emily is organised, thorough and committed to achieving the best result for her clients.
Emily also advises on all aspects of private children law, including difficult contact disputes, residence and leave to remove applications. She works tirelessly for her clients and builds up an excellent rapport whilst providing firm and realistic advice. Emily is a member of Resolution.
Emily is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
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